In our kindergarten reading comprehension section, we have a whole section of worksheets that have students practice reading simple sentences.
Matching sentences to pictures
These worksheets have students work on reading sentences and drawing lines to the pictures those sentences describe.
Cut and paste pictures to sentences
Equipped with scissors, students cut out pictures and then paste them below sentences describing those pictures.
Trace sentences and match them to pictures
In these worksheets, students start by tracing sentences and then draw lines to the correct pictures.
Unscrambling sentences with scissors
Students grab their scissors again for these worksheets. They cut out the segments and put them in the correct order to create a full sentence.
Complete each sentence practice
Given an option of two words, students complete the sentences in these worksheets.
Illustrating sentences worksheets
Students practice reading sentences and then draw a picture to illustrate each sentence.
Repeating of sentences for fluency
Next, we move onto reading fluency. These worksheets introduce reading fluency one word at a time. The intent is that students read every word to repeat the sentence to its fullest.
Re-reading sentences for fluency
Students are asked to read sentences three times, in these worksheets. Check boxes are provided to confirm each time a sentence is read.
The next two sets of worksheets introduce riddles to kids. The first set has students match riddles to pictures and writing the answers on a line.
Riddles worksheets with no pictures
The next set is missing the pictures, so it’s a little more advanced. Students answer the riddles by writing the answers on a line. An answer bank is provided.